Oct 26, 2014
After holding a week off, Saturday Night Live returned Oct 25th with a Halloween-themed part hosted by Jim Carrey and featuring low-pitched guest Iggy Azalea. For her entrance SNL appearance, a Australian rapper managed to squeeze her dual biggest hits so distant into one performance. The miscellany non-stop adult with a Charli XCX-less “Fancy” before it segued into “Black Widow” with Rita Ora. Perhaps gripping with a Halloween theme, Azalea’s opening is a many melodramatic SNL low-pitched guest mark in new memory, with a Australian rapper branch Studio 8H initial into a high propagandize hangout and afterwards a hazed dance floor.
For her second performance, Azalea denounced her code new singular “Beg for It,” taken from a rapper’s arriving The New Classic reissue Reclassified. Like “Fancy,” a song’s familiar offshoot was penned by Charli XCX, though this time around, singing duties on a carol went to Danish artist MØ, who assimilated Azalea on SNL for “Beg for It.”
In further to her dual performances, Azalea done a cameo during a Halloween Party sketch, with a rapper, guest horde Carrey and expel member Kate McKinnon all sauce adult like a immature dancer in Sia’s “Chandelier” song video.
But a genuine low-pitched prominence of Saturday Night Live‘s Halloween-themed part goes to “Graveyard Song,” a blueprint starring Carrey and Taran Killam as Paul and Phil, a span of “nice infrequent ghosts that are only arrange of always around.”
On a subsequent Saturday Night Live, a uncover will acquire behind former expel member Chris Rock as good as low-pitched guest Prince.